Pop and R&B newcomer abrahamblue is clearly doing what he was born to do. His debut Tracks I Made Last Summer is entirely self-written and self-produced, which is very apparent considering how personal the project sounds. The EP is only 8 songs long, but it gives a strong introduction to who abrahamblue is as an artist as well as an individual.
The Belgium artist lyrically focuses on adolescence, internal struggle, and relationships. The project is relatable and a dreamy portrayal of self discovery. At the center of each track is abrahamblue's vocal performance. His singing ability is pillowy smooth and captivating. The track "Hoops" is a slow tempo anthem for a slow paced day. abrahamblue sings over a skeletal instrumental and carries the track with his voice and melody. The track "Deserve" is groovy and low-fi with abrahamblue singing over a driving bass line and drums. "You" focuses on a relationship and shows abrahamblue yearning for someone "just like you."
Tracks I Made Last Summer shows a huge amount of potential for the Belgium native. The sunny disposition, stripped back production, and dreamlike vocals make the EP one that you'll be sure to return to over and over.
Listen to Tracks I Made Last Summer by abrahamblue below: